With the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) strike now over (meaning that actors can once again freely promote the various television series and movies they’re a part of), Quaid posted about My Adventures With Superman and offered a brief update regarding the series’ second season on his Twitter account.
“Couldn’t have been happier with the response to #MyAdventuresWithSuperman,” Quaid wrote. “Thank you to everyone who watched it. It was an absolute DREAM to voice this character. We [already] have a season 2 in the can, so get ready for more at some point!”
Adult Swim previously confirmed that My Adventures With Superman Season 2 was in production; however, no release date or further details have been announced at this time.
Speaking to Superman Homepage about the series in September 2023, producer Josephine Campbell said, “Stay tuned for Season 2. We got the wonderful task of being able to make them both around the same time and I’m very excited. There’s so much stuff in Season 2 that I think is going to blow people’s minds so just stay tuned! Keep watching!”
What is My Adventures With Superman about?
My Adventures With Superman’s premiere episode was released on Adult Swim and Max in July 2023. Along with Quaid, the series’ voice cast includes Alice Lee as Lois Lane, Ishmel Sahid as Jimmy Olsen, Darrell Brown as Perry White, Kari Wahlgren as Martha Kent, and Reid Scott as Jonathan Kent. The first season ran for 10 episodes, with the season finale premiering in September 2023.
“The story follows Clark as he builds his secret identity as Superman and explores his own mysterious origins,” reads the series’ synopsis. “Lois, on her way to becoming a star reporter, teams up with photographer Jimmy Olsen to break the stories that matter. All the while, Clark and Lois are falling in love … as Lois gets closer and closer to uncovering his secret identity! Our trio share adventures, take down bad guys, stumble over secrets, and discover what it means to be heroes in their own right.”
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